KNTV Channel 11 News Reels September 14, 1966
KNTV San Jose broadcast news footage for September 14, 1966; may be combination of the early and late news, includes national, local, sports and weather. Part 1: San Jose State Vice President Dr. William Dusel talks about start of new year on campus, includes silent footage of students on campus, football stadium; Part 2: Conversation with Marine pilot Phillip Mickleson, in his new role as commanding officer of the San Jose Marine Reserve Unit after returning from Vietnam; San Jose City administrative aide John Jerman interviewed about trip to inspect Swift meat processing plant in Montana and concerns about San Jose plant. Part 3: At Beverly Hills home of Danny Kaye, Governor Brown reveals plan for reducing minimum age for kindergarten; Don McGaffen talks to League of Women Voters local president Janet Grey Hayes about voter registration efforts. Part 4: State Controller Alan Cranston addresses dinner meeting of financial executives in Palo Alto and endorses measure to simplify state income tax returns (silent); arguments between San Jose City Councilwoman Virginia Schaffer and President of "Forward San Jose" Donald Ford over plan to locate sports and convention center in downtown. Part 5: General Emmett E. "Rosie" O'Donnell Jr. visits San Jose to meet with United Fund representatives, talks about role of the USO in Vietnam.
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